The Ryman League Division One South title is almost in Tooting & Mitcham United`s grasp as their 2-0 win against Walton Casuals on Saturday kept them nine points clear of second-placed Dorking Wanderers with just six matches left.
And ironically, the final one of those six games is at Dorking!
Mike Dixon right on half-time and in injury-time added on after a serious injury to the Terrors` Bashiru Alimi in the opening seconds, Dan Clements scored a second.
It meant a fourteenth successive win for Tooting.
Dorking maintained their challenge and hope for a Tooting slip by winning 1-0 at Sittingbourne, courtesy of a 64th minute Chris Boulter effort.
Greenwich Borough, Corinthian-Casuals and Carshalton Athletic complete the top five, but only Carshalton won on Saturday.
The Robins eased to a 5-1 Colston Avenue win against second-bottom Three Bridges.
Bobby Price and Kingsley Aikhionbare both bagged braces for the home side, with Ricky Korboa adding the other late on – all after Bridges led through Tony Garrod`s 11th minute opener.
Greenwich were held to a 1-1 draw on the 3G at Church Road against Whyteleafe, whose Liam Collins gave them a 9th minute lead.
Charlie Macdonald`s 33rd minute penalty restored parity.
Casuals, however, were beaten 1-0 at home by a Hastings United side who are now just a point behind the top five in sixth.
A 17th minute Kiernan Hughes-Mason goal proved enough at King George`s Field.
Lewes and Hythe Town are still very much in the play-off race, although the Kent side will be disappointed to have only picked up a point from a 2-2 draw at Footes Lane against lowly Guernsey – and against ten-men too.
A crowd of 544 saw Dean Grant put Hythe in front after just 5 minutes, and when Kenny Pogue doubled their lead with only 21 minutes gone on the clock, it didn`t look good for the Channel Islanders.
But the battling Greens reduced the arrears right on the stroke of half-time through Dave Rihoy.
Their chances of getting anything out of the game looked to have gone though when they had Angus Mackay sent-off after 57 minutes for a second booking.
But the ten-men grabbed an 82nd minute leveller through sub Sebastien Skillen.
The Rooks were comfortable 4-0 Dripping Pan winners against East Grinstead Town in front of 483.
Jonte Smith bagged a brace in the 29th and 48th minutes and Matt George after 51 minutes and Wilfried Grimaud 3 minutes from time added to that.
Godalming Town are almost down, being thirteen points adrift of fourth-bottom Guernsey with only eighteen points left to play for.
However, they won on Saturday when Graeme Purdy`s 65th minute effort saw off third-bottom Chatham Town at The Sports Ground.
The Chats were forced to play for over an hour with ten-men following two bookings in a minute by Abdul Lyoubi.
Elsewhere, South Park`s busy end of season saw them win 3-0 at Cray Wanderers with goals from Dan Moody, Keiran Lavery from the spot and Chris Smith – all in the second half – and Herne Bay won 2-0 at Winch`s Field against Molesey with goals from Ian Pulman after just 3 minutes and top scorer Mark Lovell 3 minutes after the break.
Liam King bagged a brace as Faversham Town won 4-1 at home to lowly Chipstead.
He topped and tailed goals from Jamie Maxted and Luke Harvey, with Matt Males netting an 88th minute consolation for the visitors.
Ramsgate and Horsham shared a 1-1 draw at Southwood, with Alfie Paxman breaking the deadlock to put the Rams in front after 69 minutes and Scott Harris levelling 8 minutes later.